Agco expands into Finland

Research and development, as well as production automation, are the two recipient areas of the 70 million dollar investment allocated by the Agco group for the expansion of the Agco Power plant in Linnavuori, Finland. The new buildings, ready between the end of 2024 and the beginning of 2025 and which will occupy a total area of ​​11 thousand square metres, will in fact host a laboratory for the development of propulsion systems with reduced environmental impact, with the focus being oriented both on cell technology fuel powered by alternative fuels and on more or less advanced forms of electrification, and a highly automated production line dedicated to the creation of the cylinder heads of the new generation “Core” series engines.

The investment plan also includes a training and visitor centre, a plant for the processing of cylinder heads and components for continuously variable transmissions, a painting department and facilities dedicated to testing remanufactured engines.

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